K2 HD 100kHz / 24-bit Mastering
Limited Edition of Only 1000 Numbered Copies
There were no fewer than 20 releases under Buddy Guy’s name during the 1970s and ’80s, the best of them collaborations with the late harp master Junior Wells. But by the time the '80s became the '90s, Guy amazingly didn’t even have a domestic record deal. But the life of a musican is loaded with unpredictable twists and turns - and Guy’s was about to enter a new stratosphere of commercial success.
His first three albums for Silvertone - the 1991 comeback smash Damn Right, I’ve Got the Blues (complete with famous guest spots by guitar greats Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Mark Knopfler), 1993′s Feels Like Rain and 1994′s Slippin’ In - all earned Grammy Awards. Suddenly, it was cool to like Buddy Guy. For Guy, it was like being a new artist.
“I had got it in the back of my mind that I’d just keep playing, because I felt that I hadn’t had a chance to really express myself with my singing and my guitar," Guy notes. "Nobody would listen to me, but I wasn’t gonna stop playin’. So they gave me a chance to do Damn Right, I’ve Got the Blues, and when it came out, they told me it was on Billboard - and with a bullet. I didn’t even know what the hell that was, man! But I guess somebody must have been listening to me.”
These CDs are mastered with superior skill using the revolutionary K2 High Definition Coding technology. K2 HD Mastering enhances the sound spectrum to a bandwidth of 100kHz and 24-bit resolution while retaining all the charm of the original recording resulting in extended nuance, dynamics and musicality!
• K2 HDCD 100kHz / 24-bit mastering
• Numbered limited edition of 1000 copies
• Includes clear protective outer sleeve
• Compatible with all CD players
• Made in Japan
Buddy Guy Damn Right, I've Got The Blues Track Listing:
1. Damn Right, I've Got the Blues
2. Where is the Next One Coming From
3. Five Long Years
4. Mustang Sally
5. There is Something on Your Mind
6. Early in the Morning
7. Too Broke to Spend the Night
8. Black Night
9. Let Me Love You Baby
10. Rememberin' Stevie